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|Reference||QD8.5 .A25 2006||Library Use Only|
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|Reference||BF76.7 .P83 2010||Library Use Only|
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|Reference||HM569 .A54 2014||Library Use Only|
The Anthropology Program at UNBC follows the style format of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA), as used in the journal American Antiquity. This is an ‘in text’ citation format.
The UNBC Outdoor Recreation & Tourism Management (ORTM) Style Guide is available on the student (S:) drive.
The library provides access to Endnote Web free-of-charge for all UNBC students, faculty, and staff. Endnote Web is a personal citation management tool that can save you time and keep your writing organized.
Mendeley is a web-based, free-to-everyone (up to 2 GB of online storage) citaiton management tool supported by Mac, Windows, and Linux. It is also available as a mobile app. For more information, visit the Mendeley website.
Many other citation management tools are available, many for free. The University of Wisconsin-Madison has produced a very nice comparison chart of the popular citation management systems listed above (Endnote, Mendeley, and Zotero). For a very thorough comparison of many free and paid systems, check out Wikipedia.
When you are quoting or paraphrasing another person's thoughts or ideas, you must cite where those thoughts or ideas have come from. If you do not cite your sources, you are plagiarizing. Plagiarism is an academic offence at UNBC. See the Regulations and Policies section of the University Calendar for a description of, and consequences as a result of, this offence.
For tips about how to lessen the chances of plagiarizing, see the Academic Success Centre's information on plagiarism at (under "Referencing/Citations").
Citing sources serves two purposes:
Consistency and accuracy are very important when you are citing sources. Pay attention to details: order of elements in the citation, punctuation, spacing, indentation, underlining, and capitalization. All these factors contribute to making the information in the citation clear to the reader.
Remember to proofread!